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Special Election Night Results Thread for Tuesday May 11th……West Virginia, Nebraska Primaries and and Georgia Special Election……

Daniel will  start here…and the Dog will arrive around 9:30 PM DST……

Todays Primaries:

West Virginia (Mountain State) Polls close at 7.30pm ET:

WV-1

Democratic Primary

U. S. Rep. Allan Mollohan (D)
State Senator Mike Oliverio (D)

Republican Primary

Cindy Hall (R)
Patty VanGilder-Levenson (R)
David McKinley (R)
Sarah Minear (R)
Tom Stark (R)
Mac Warner (R)

Note: I expect McKinley to prevail over his 5 Opponents.

November Match-Up for WV-2

U. S. Rep. Shelley Moore-Capito (R)
Virginia Lynch Graf (D)

WV-3

Democratic Primary

U. S. Rep. Nick Rahall (D)
Bruce Barilla (D)
Lee Bias (R)
Marty Gearheart (R)
Conrad Lucas (R)
Elliott “Spike” Maynard (R)

Note: I expect Meynard to prevail here.


Nebraska (Cornhusker State) Polls close at 9pm ET:

Nebraska Governor

Republican Primary

Incumbent Governor Dave Heineman (R)
Paul Anderson (R)
Christopher Geary (R)

Democratic Primary

No Primary here as Democrat Mark Lakers (D) running Unopposed

NE-1

Republican Primary

U. S. Rep. Jeff Fortenberry (R)
Ralph Bodie (R)
Dave Hunt (R)

Democratic Primary

Ivy Harper (D)
Stanley Krauter (D)
Jessica Lynn Turek (D)
Sherman Yates (D)

NE-2

Republican Primary

U. S. Rep Lee Terry (R)
Steven Laird (R)
Matt Sakalosky (R)

Democratic Primary

No Primary as State Senator Tom White (D) is running Unopposed.

NE-3

Republican Primary

U. S. Rep. Adrian Smith (R)
Dennis Parker (R)

Democratic Primary

No Primary as Chaplain Rebekah Davis (R) is running Unopposed.


Georgia Special Election GA-9

Cardiologist Chris Cates (R)
Former State Rep. Tom Graves (R)
Former State Sen. Lee Hawkins (R)
Retired Neurosurgeon Bert Loftman (R)
Former State Sen. Bill Stephens (R)
State Rep. Bobby Reese (R)
Chickamauga City Councilman Steve Tarvin (R)
Hall County Democratic Party Chairman Mike Freeman (D)
Marketing Exective Eugene Moon (Independent)

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  1. Hi all,

    Polls have just closed for the Georgia Special Election Primary. The General Special is June 8th.

    You can find Results here:

    http://sos.georgia.gov/elections/election_results/2010_0511/swall.htm

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

    • The Runoff is on June 8, The General is today.

      Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  2. You can also find Results for West Virginia and Nebraska here:

    http://www.politico.com/2010/maps/#/House/2010/WV

    and for Nebraska here as well:

    http://www.sos.ne.gov/elec/2010/ElectNight/primary.htm

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  3. Another fantastic Election Results Link for West Virginia can be found here:

    http://www.wvmetronews.com/election/results.cfm?func=showresults&show=ushouse&refresh=062404

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  4. Polls also have now closed in West Virginia.

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  5. In the GA-9 Special

    5 % in

    State Rep. Tom Graves (R) 34 %
    Steve Tarvin (R) 30 %

    The Democratic Candidate is way behind at 8 %.

    http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=640371

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  6. Tom Graves Republican 1,263 32.7%
    Steve Tarvin Republican 1,001 26.0%
    Chris Cates Republican 805 20.9%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 315 8.2%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 293 7.6%
    Bill Stephens Republican 85 2.2%
    Bert Loftman Republican 48 1.2%
    Eugene Moon Independent 47 1.2%

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  7. In GA, Loftman’s numbers will rise when Dawson, Pickens, and maybe even Gilmer counties come in.

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

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  9. Steve Tarvin Republican 2,196 31.6%
    Tom Graves Republican 1,989 28.6%
    Chris Cates Republican 1,345 19.3%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 594 8.5%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 528 7.6%
    Bill Stephens Republican 136 2.0%
    Eugene Moon Independent 88 1.3%
    Bert Loftman Republican 84 1.2%

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  10. Tom Graves Republican 2,443 1.2%
    Steve Tarvin Republican 2,262 28.9%
    Chris Cates Republican 1,404 18.0%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 772 9.9%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 553 7.1%
    Bill Stephens Republican 186 2.4%
    Bert Loftman Republican 101 1.3%
    Eugene Moon Independent 98 1.3%

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  11. Evening Daniel and SE!

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  12. Checking in from work…..

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  13. Placed thread on top….

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  14. I’ll be here in a hour or so……

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  15. Keep the seat warm!

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  16. Tom Graves Republican 3,888 30.6%
    Steve Tarvin Republican 2,725 21.5%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 2,547 20.1%
    Chris Cates Republican 1,932 15.2%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 891 7.0%
    Bill Stephens Republican 312 2.5%
    Eugene Moon Independent 254 2.0%
    Bert Loftman Republican 146 1.2%

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  17. Tom Graves Republican 4,903 32.4%
    Steve Tarvin Republican 3,202 21.2%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 2,938 19.4%
    Chris Cates Republican 2,197 14.5%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 986 6.5%
    Bill Stephens Republican 429 2.8%
    Eugene Moon Independent 282 1.9%
    Bert Loftman Republican 196 1.3%

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  18. WV-1

    D Primary

    Oliverio 1,625 53 %
    Mollohan 1,453 47 %

    15 of 670 Precincts reported.

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  19. WV-1

    4 % in

    Oliverio 53 %
    Mollohan 47 %

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  20. Tom Graves Republican 6,163 30.8%
    Steve Tarvin Republican 5,028 25.1%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 3,526 17.6%
    Chris Cates Republican 2,767 13.8%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 1,343 6.7%
    Bill Stephens Republican 533 2.7%
    Eugene Moon Independent 365 1.8%
    Bert Loftman Republican 288 1.4%

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  21. I was right about Mollohan’s tough Race.

    8 % in

    Oliverio 55 %
    Mollohan, Inc. 45 %

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  22. Tom Graves Republican 11,049 34.9%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 6,270 19.8%
    Steve Tarvin Republican 6,094 19.2%
    Chris Cates Republican 3,802 12.0%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 1,919 6.1%
    Bill Stephens Republican 1,051 3.3%
    Bert Loftman Republican 884 2.8%
    Eugene Moon Independent 611 1.9%

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  23. Oliverio has now a lead of just over 1000 Votes. Not a good sign for the Incumbent although it’s early.

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  24. Tom Graves Republican 11,163 34.9%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 6,295 19.7%
    Steve Tarvin Republican 6,159 19.3%
    Chris Cates Republican 3,837 12.0%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 1,943 6.1%
    Bill Stephens Republican 1,062 3.3%
    Bert Loftman Republican 891 2.8%
    Eugene Moon Independent 615 1.9%

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  25. Tom Graves Republican 12,521 35.6%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 6,822 19.4%
    Steve Tarvin Republican 6,380 18.1%
    Chris Cates Republican 4,235 12.0%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 2,098 6.0%
    Bill Stephens Republican 1,531 4.3%
    Bert Loftman Republican 936 2.7%
    Eugene Moon Independent 679 1.9%

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  26. Tom Graves Republican 12,768 35.2%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 6,934 19.1%
    Steve Tarvin Republican 6,428 17.7%
    Chris Cates Republican 4,737 13.1%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 2,181 6.0%
    Bill Stephens Republican 1,562 4.3%
    Bert Loftman Republican 944 2.6%
    Eugene Moon Independent 692 1.9%

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  27. I’m just laughing my Ass out if Mollohan loses this. Too bad Democrats. That’s what happens if you vote for Health Care.

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  28. Polls have closed in Nebraska now.

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  29. Tom Graves Republican 13,331 35.2%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 7,027 18.5%
    Steve Tarvin Republican 6,973 18.4%
    Chris Cates Republican 5,031 13.3%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 2,287 6.0%
    Bill Stephens Republican 1,587 4.2%
    Bert Loftman Republican 965 2.5%
    Eugene Moon Independent 709 1.9%

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  30. BREAKING

    And we’ve the first projected Winner for tonight:

    Congressman Nick Joe Rahall (D-WV 3) has been renominated for November.

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  31. I think Tarvin will make the runoff and beat Graves now.

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  32. WV-1

    40 % in

    Oliverio 18,634 Votes 56 %
    Mollohan 14,734 Votes 44 %

    Oliverio leads by 3,900 Votes

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  33. Tom Graves Republican 15,897 34.1%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 11,046 23.7%
    Steve Tarvin Republican 7,559 16.2%
    Chris Cates Republican 5,644 12.1%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 2,637 5.6%
    Bill Stephens Republican 1,774 3.8%
    Bert Loftman Republican 1,069 2.3%
    Eugene Moon Independent 1,047 2.2%

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  34. IT’S OVER for Mollohan.

    50 % in and Oliverio leads 56-44.

    Second Incumbent in 3 Days to lose renomination for his Party.

    Two longtime Incumbents also:

    Bennett was a 3-Term Republican
    Mollohan was a 14-Term House Democrat

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  35. The Dog is in the HOUSE!

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  36. I see Daniel is happy another Incumbent loses……

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  37. SE seems to be on with two GA-09 calls

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  38. james,

    I was RIGHT AGAIN YOU FOE. Mollohan will lose. Incredible. 14-Term House Democrat chairing Appropriations Subcommittee

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

    • Nah…..Nah…Nah!

      Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  39. I’ve BREAKING NEWS to report:

    Associated Press projects State Senator Mike Oliverio will beat U. S. Rep. Alan B. Mollohan for the Democratic Nomination.

    Oliverio the Winner.

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  40. Well there you are!

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

    • Well,

      I’ve another one for you:

      I projected correctly that former West Virginia GOP David B. McKinley (R-WV) would be the Republican Nominee in that District.

      I was right. AP just called McKinley the Winner in the WV-1 Republican Primary.

      Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

      • Impressive!…..

        But Hawaii is coming back…..

        What’s you PA senate call?

        Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010

  41. Tom Graves Republican 17,177 34.8%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 11,431 23.2%
    Steve Tarvin Republican 7,819 15.8%
    Chris Cates Republican 5,976 12.1%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 2,769 5.6%
    Bill Stephens Republican 1,855 3.8%
    Bert Loftman Republican 1,264 2.6%
    Eugene Moon Independent 1,086 2.2%

    Graves vs Hawkins Runoff on June 8. I’m supporting Graves.

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  42. You nailed it SE!

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  43. PA Senate Call:

    Sestak 53
    Specter-47

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  44. james,

    Specter will go down too on May 18th. I’m starting Projections on this Race and my first one tomorrow will be Sestak + 5.

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

    • Ok…..Guys I’m with Ya……

      Ole’ Arlen is not gonna make it I’m afraid….

      He had a good run…..

      Now he can live with himself going out a Democrat…..He, he, he

      Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  45. PA Senate Call (subject to change until Monday)

    1st Call

    Sestak 52
    Specter 47

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  46. Any more Polls due in for PA ?

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

    • Yes,

      Tomorrow Franklin & Marshall Keystone Poll will have Sestak ahead by around 5 Points.

      And Q-Pac will also have one out supposely also having Sestak ahead although I can’t confirm that.

      The F & M I CAN CONFIRM. Sestak is ahead there.

      Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

      • The trend is there…that’s why I agree with you guys…..

        The undecideds have fallen from 11% right Daniel?

        Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010

  47. Tom Graves Republican 18,306 35.4%
    Lee Hawkins Republican 12,000 23.2%
    Steve Tarvin Republican 7,937 15.3%
    Chris Cates Republican 6,131 11.8%
    Mike Freeman Democratic 2,886 5.6%
    Bill Stephens Republican 2,083 4.0%
    Bert Loftman Republican 1,292 2.5%
    Eugene Moon Independent 1,123 2.2%

    Comment by SE-779 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  48. What percent has voted SE?

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  49. james,

    Check the Open Thread for WaPo’s Write-Up on the Franklin & Marshall Survey.

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 11, 2010 | Reply

    • Good post…..

      Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  50. Will do……

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  51. Still what’s the undecideds at?

    That’s REAL important……

    I mean your guys right….why go for him now..but some of those people will know his name…..

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  52. A special election in Massachusetts to fill the vacant State Senate seat of U.S. Senator Scott Brown (R) returned another Republican from Wrentham.

    Comment by Democratic Socialist Dave | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  53. A State Seat you say?

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

    • Ayup. Before he became United States Senator, Scott Brown was one of the tiny Republican caucus in the Massachusetts State Senate.

      I have no details, but the election of his Republican successor was mentioned on our local 11 o’clock news.

      Comment by Democratic Socialist Dave | May 11, 2010 | Reply

      • Ain’t too many Republican office holders in that state…

        Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010

  54. Neb as of 10:13 Their local time…..

    Party Race District Candidate votes Percentage
    Republican Congress, District 1 Jeff Fortenberry 43054 83%
    Republican Congress, District 1 Ralph M. Bodie 3173 6%
    Republican Congress, District 1 David L. Hunt 5493 11%
    Republican Congress, District 1 ____________________ 105 0%

    Democrat Congress, District 1 Jessica Lynn Turek 8876 36%
    Democrat Congress, District 1 Stanley E. Krauter 3110 13%
    Democrat Congress, District 1 Ivy Harper 9182 37%
    Democrat Congress, District 1 Sherman Yates 3113 13%
    Democrat Congress, District 1 ____________________ 228 1%

    Republican Congress, District 2 Lee Terry 13677 64%
    Republican Congress, District 2 Matt Sakalosky 7645 36%
    Republican Congress, District 2 ____________________ 29 0%

    Democrat Congress, District 2 Tom White 8195 98%
    Democrat Congress, District 2 ____________________ 209 2%

    Republican Congress, District 3 Dennis L. Parker 5549 12%
    Republican Congress, District 3 Adrian Smith 40364 88%
    Republican Congress, District 3 ____________________ 18 0%

    Democrat Congress, District 3 Rebekah Davis 10218 99%
    Democrat Congress, District 3 ____________________ 66 1%

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  55. West Virginia as of 11:19 DST……

    U.S. House of Representatives – 1st Congressional District – Democrat
    % Complete
    BARBOUR (23) BROOKE (27) DODDRIDGE (12) GILMER (12) GRANT (15) HANCOCK (28) HARRISON (82) MARION (76) MARSHALL (45) MINERAL (32) MONONGALIA (71) OHIO (39) PLEASANTS (11) PRESTON (34) RITCHIE (15) TAYLOR (18) TUCKER (11) TYLER (12) WETZEL (22) WOOD (85)
    Precincts Reporting: 658 of 670 98%
    VOTES %
    D MIKE OLIVERIO 37,218 56%
    D (i) ALAN B. MOLLOHAN 29,341 44%
    Mike Oliverio leading by 7,877 votes

    U.S. House of Representatives – 1st Congressional District – Republican
    % Complete
    BARBOUR (23) BROOKE (27) DODDRIDGE (12) GILMER (12) GRANT (15) HANCOCK (28) HARRISON (82) MARION (76) MARSHALL (45) MINERAL (32) MONONGALIA (71) OHIO (39) PLEASANTS (11) PRESTON (34) RITCHIE (15) TAYLOR (18) TUCKER (11) TYLER (12) WETZEL (22) WOOD (85)
    Precincts Reporting: 658 of 670 98%
    VOTES %
    R DAVID B. MCKINLEY 14,729 35%
    R MAC WARNER 11,391 27%
    R SARAH MINEAR 8,941 21%
    R THOMAS STARK 3,612 9%
    R PATRICIA VANGILDER LEVENSON 2,145 5%
    R CINDY HALL 1,530 4%
    David B. McKinley leading by 3,338 votes

    U.S. House of Representatives – 2nd Congressional District – Democrat
    % Complete
    BERKELEY (67) BRAXTON (22) CALHOUN (10) CLAY (13) HAMPSHIRE (23) HARDY (14) JACKSON (31) JEFFERSON (32) KANAWHA (160) LEWIS (24) MASON (38) MORGAN (13) PENDLETON (13) PUTNAM (48) RANDOLPH (27) ROANE (20) UPSHUR (29) WIRT (9)

    UNOPPOSED CANDIDATE(S)
    D VIRGINIA LYNCH GRAF

    U.S. House of Representatives – 2nd Congressional District – Republican
    % Complete
    BERKELEY (67) BRAXTON (22) CALHOUN (10) CLAY (13) HAMPSHIRE (23) HARDY (14) JACKSON (31) JEFFERSON (32) KANAWHA (160) LEWIS (24) MASON (38) MORGAN (13) PENDLETON (13) PUTNAM (48) RANDOLPH (27) ROANE (20) UPSHUR (29) WIRT (9)

    UNOPPOSED CANDIDATE(S)
    R (i) SHELLEY MOORE CAPITO

    U.S. House of Representatives – 3rd Congressional District – Democrat
    % Complete
    BOONE (37) CABELL (72) FAYETTE (39) GREENBRIER (29) LINCOLN (35) LOGAN (35) MCDOWELL (43) MERCER (59) MINGO (39) MONROE (18) NICHOLAS (28) POCAHONTAS (15) RALEIGH (63) SUMMERS (15) WAYNE (37) WEBSTER (14) WYOMING (36)
    Precincts Reporting: 565 of 614 92%
    VOTES %
    D (i) NICK JOE RAHALL II 40,354 67%
    D BRUCE BARILLA 19,976 33%
    Nick Joe Rahall II leading by 20,378 votes

    U.S. House of Representatives – 3rd Congressional District – Republican
    % Complete
    BOONE (37) CABELL (72) FAYETTE (39) GREENBRIER (29) LINCOLN (35) LOGAN (35) MCDOWELL (43) MERCER (59) MINGO (39) MONROE (18) NICHOLAS (28) POCAHONTAS (15) RALEIGH (63) SUMMERS (15) WAYNE (37) WEBSTER (14) WYOMING (36)
    Precincts Reporting: 565 of 614 92%
    West Virginia as of 11:19 DST……

    VOTES %
    R ELLIOTT E. “SPIKE” MAYNARD 4,654 30%
    R MARTY GEARHEART 4,326 28%
    R CONRAD G. LUCAS II 3,816 25%
    R LEE A. BIAS 2,686 17%
    Elliott E. “Spike” Maynard leading by 328 votes

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  56. Ok…folks that ends the Special Election Primary Night….

    We thank you for your support and visits here!…..

    Special Thanks to Daniel and SE….

    Great Job!

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 11, 2010 | Reply

  57. There will be a follow-up sometime with-in the next 24 Hours…..

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 12, 2010 | Reply

  58. Folks!

    BTW I was 3 for 3 last Night calling Mollohan’s Defeat in WV-1, the McKinley win in WV-1 GOP Primary and the Meynard win in WV-3.

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 12, 2010 | Reply

    • You done good……I’ll give you that!

      Comment by jamesb101 | May 12, 2010 | Reply

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